Zimbabwe A Vs South Africa A! June

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sloandog wrote:
Fri May 21, 2021 3:42 pm
farhanhussan wrote:
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secretzimbo wrote:
Fri May 21, 2021 12:50 pm
Meth had an amazing domestic record. Akram isn't even half as talented!
But you need to tell current players any 5 players in bowling better than him
Most people bowling in the domestic competition are better than Akram
Giving Akram a chance is more important than recycling old crap

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https://www.news24.com/sport/cricket/pr ... r-20210518

Our South African cricket experts, what do you think of their squads?


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Gumbie scored some runs
Myers with a quickfire 35
Chipungu and Nyangani took a few wickets but were expensive
Chatara took a few wickets as did Chivanga, The latter was a tad expensive

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Nyangani could be the match winner for Zimbabwe if he gets proper support, the art of chinaman is very rare and a lethal weapon to have. Sandakan, Kuldeep, Zahir only the one who has these art. This talent will give advantage to Zim in any pitches as wrist spinners doesn't depend on type of pitch.

Good to see Chatara back, most important to know here his pace, if he his still around 135-140 kph could be most valuable for Zim with that bowling action. Great to see Luke promoted up the order, he has the skill of becoming a good allrounder and in upcomming SA series he should bat at 4 and face more balls to cement his place as allrounder in the national team.

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He's been nowhere near 140 for almost a decade

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sloandog wrote:
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He's been nowhere near 140 for almost a decade
Even calling him 140 then is a stretch of the definition.
I can count on two hands, perhaps even 1, all the times I saw him hit 140.
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Looks like Mutumbami demolished the attack with his 121 which included 6 sixes. Also why is there two Musakandas in that scorecard.

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Chatara regularly hit 140 in the WC in Oz, and then he broke his leg and hasn't hit 130 since. In the domestic matches that where streamed I reckon he bowled around 120 kph max.

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foreignfield wrote:
Mon May 24, 2021 7:35 pm
Chatara regularly hit 140 in the WC in Oz, and then he broke his leg and hasn't hit 130 since. In the domestic matches that where streamed I reckon he bowled around 120 kph max.
Again, no he didn't. It's a myth. He bowled in the mid 130's against Pakistan but never clicked 140. I watched the game and remember specifically watching Chatara's speeds

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